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By the Sea

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Set in mid-1970s France, former dancer Vanessa and her husband, American writer Roland, travel the country together and find that their time in a sleepy seaside town, complete with a unique array of locals, strengthens their bond and reaffirms their marriage.
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Tim Brayton
Might truly be the most narcissistic vanity project of all time.
July 10, 2016
Richard Brody
The actors aren't unhinged enough for the scathing conceit, and the script is more of a mechanism than a revelation.
November 23, 2015
Lesley Coffin
This movie would have been a lot better if it weren't so concerned with being beautiful or important.
January 10, 2017
Gail Pennington
It's very, very slow, with probably only 20 minutes in a two-plus-hour movie in which something could be said to be happening.
November 19, 2015
Kong Rithdee
Jolie-Pitt, as director, is wading into the territory of Antonioni's bourgeois disaffection... But it takes much more than this to make art out of inertia.
May 10, 2016
J. R. Jones
Pitt invests the vague, cranky relationship with his usual intelligence and restraint, but the movie is destined to rank with such celebrity-couple fiascos as Gigli (2003) and Shanghai Surprise (1986).
November 19, 2015
Tom Long
The point to all this seems to be life is cruel and people are jerks, but sometimes very good-looking jerks. Deep.
November 20, 2015
Colin Covert
What are the artistic purposes for this tedious collection of frowning, drinking, bickering, peeping and smoking scenes? "By the Sea" is long on perverse images but short on ideas.
November 19, 2015